Jerry Bornstein Shares His Library Stories
From Baruch DML on August 15th, 2012
Jerry Bornstein, Deputy Chief Librarian at the Newman Library shares his stories assisting patrons finding information in the library. "...helping students learn how to find information, to evaluate information, and to use information is important not only to help them succeed in school, help them prepare for their future careers, but is also important for society. The whole concept of a democratic society is based on an idea of an informed citizenry", said Professor Bornstein.